Flickr is an interesting place. When we are all used to hanging out on our profile page or checking out our contacts’ photos, the sheer amounts of images available on Flickr means that it is probably guaranteed that you may never discover some photos or screens areÂ trulyÂ amazing. When it comes to Apps, we may just be able to help a little.
Here are some interesting groups, related to apps, software, creation and innovation in software design. If we have missed any, please let us know in the comments. Time to hit that ‘Join This Group’ button.
USER INTERFACE DESIGN
User Interface Review
User interface – Review, and be reviewed.Â Improving interface through peer review.
Post your screenshots of user interfaces you think stand out. Whether PC or Mac, your own designs or ones you admire or hate; all are welcome.
An essential User Experience discipline, because without interactions, there can be no experiences, Interaction Designers define how products and services behave in response to human action.
ï£¿ Mac OS X Favorite Apps
Your top 3 favorite Mac OS X Software apps!
Please only post photos that are screenshots of your desktop, laptop or iPhone, iPod Touch.Â
Mac Desktop Screenshot
Full size screenshot of your Mac OS only.Â
Show off your 3rd-party OS X prefpanes.
Screenshots of the iPhone both original apps and 3rd party. Please use notes to describe icons, buttons, etc. Add as many as you would like.Â
A chronicle of customized iPhone UI elements (wallpapers, Docks, icons, etc.) in screenshot form.
iPhone Home Screens
Screenshots of your iPhone homescreen(s).
Daily Screens is a group where you can publish a daily screenshot of your desktop. Can be just wallpaper, but would be cool if it included whatever you\’re currently working/playing with.
Desktop Show and Tell
Screenshots of your desktop, whether it is Windows, Mac, Linux, Palm, Windows Mobile, your phone, whatever.
Web 2.0 is upon us, and we’re gathering in San Francisco to enjoy the fog, the drivers, and some healthy dose of speaking.
An open source programming language and environment for people who want to program images, animation, and sound. It is used by students, artists, designers, architects, researchers, and hobbyists for learning, prototyping, and production.Â
For sharing max/msp/jitter ideas, patches, how-to’s, and questions. The goal is to de-mystify the use of max/msp and have an open forum for learning and sharing.
and of course, last but not least,Â CreativeApplications.Net, ie we.Â
Apps that Inspire!Â OSX, Windows, Linux, iPhone, Web Apps, Flash, Physical Interfaces, Max MSP development, Processing and many others.
Have a great weekend all!
Posted on: 12/12/2008